The trip Tuesday comes as the Justice Department continues investigating the June 12 massacre at the Pulse nightclub, in which 49 people died and dozens were wounded.
By PBS NewsHour
As families of the Orlando victims navigate a heavy burden of paperwork and funerals in the aftermath of the June 12 massacre, local Latino leaders are concerned about how the trauma will manifest in the tight-knit Latino community weeks, months,…
Poet Joe Jimenez turned to poetry in the days following the Orlando tragedy. “The Orlando shooting saddens and enrages me. And I wonder to what extent I’ve been complicit in the violence by remaining silent? "…
By Corinne Segal
As the world mourns the victims in Orlando, lighting designers who work in clubs and theaters are asking if their tools could help keep people safe from active shooters.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, President Obama traveled to Orlando to meet with survivors and the families of the victims of a mass shooting at a gay night club. Also, a British member of Parliament who had campaigned to keep…
In Orlando, families are preparing to bury the first victims of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub. William Brangham shares how survivors and other members of the community are processing the tragedy.
Senate Republicans agreed to allow votes on gun control amendments after Democrats led a filibuster for nearly 15 hours in favor of barring gun sales to those on a terror watch-list. Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Al Franken, D- Minn.,…
Want to stop an ISIS attack? Don’t start with lone wolves, according to new computer analysis of pro-ISIS groups on social media.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
President Barack Obama was undertaking a grim and delicate mission to Orlando, Florida on Thursday, offering solace after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
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